Michaels (Nasdaq: MIK), North America’s leading arts and crafts store, will kick off the Halloween season with its annual in store Great Pumpkin Event and the launch of its “Trick Your Pumpkin” sweepstakes on Saturday, Oct. 4.
Hello Readers! I am getting so excited about Halloween this year, that I did not want to miss out on an opportunity to share some neat Halloween crafts that I came across while looking on Pinterest!
I am so excited about a an online store called Thred Up! You have probably heard about it by now or have even seen advertisements throughout Facebook and beyond.
Have you ever heard of VOUS Vitamin? I honestly had never heard of it until it was introduced to me just recently. “They are an innovative line of personalized multivitamins created by two women doctors.”
Looking for a special treat for your little ghouls and goblins? We have the perfect treat for those warm fall days. Creamy Caramel Apple Cider Popsicles are sure to be a crowd pleaser.
With Halloween around the corner, are you looking for a spooky interactive picture book for your young reader? If so, check out Keith Graves’ book, The Monsterator.
If you have unsightly cracks and holes in your wall, you will want to keep reading. Realistically it can be a pain and expensive to repair these issues, but something was recently developed that I think will really catch on without having to worry about a messy paint can anymore.
Mars Petcare announced a voluntary recall this week for a small number of their Pedigree Adult Complete Nutrition dog food packages. The recall is limited to 22 bags that were sold in Dollar General Stores in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Tennessee, between the dates of August 18-25. The affected bags were scheduled for recall after it was discovered that they may contain fragments of metal.
Who doesn’t love to use the crockpot in the fall? I sure do. I recently received a slow cooker gift pack from Red Gold which contained cans of crushed tomatoes, diced tomatoes, diced w/ green chilies, diced with lime juice and cilantro and diced with garlic and olive oil and recipes to try. Who thought there were so many choices of tomatoes out there? I sure didn’t.
The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children has new, fun resources aimed at keeping kids safer online. The free Internet safety site http://www.NSTeens.org uses animated videos, games and web comics to tackle topics like cyberbullying, online security, digital ethics and online enticement for tweens (8-12 year olds)